Philadelphia Eagles 2020 mock draft for Days 2 and 3 following first round

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Now that it’s officially draft weekend, let’s take one last look at the potential picks for the Philadelphia Eagles in every round after the first.

The NFL Draft weekend is finally underway Philadelphia Eagles fans. The popular will start back up with rounds two and three Friday night, as this year’s edition is the most highly anticipated one in recent years due to the global pandemic.

Not to mention, it is also a crucial draft for the Eagles specifically.

General manager Howie Roseman and the front office focused on bolstering the defense in free agency, but will now look to add pieces for the future on both sides of the ball in the final rounds of the draft.

Philadelphia already came up big in the first round by adding Jalen Reagor to fill their need at wide receiver, but they will need to follow up with strong picks on the final two days of action.

Along with finding the right talent, the Eagles will also need to find a way to stay healthy next year as well. Unfortunately, this has been a problem for the Eagles in recent seasons. Injuries are part of the game and drafting well could make a major difference when someone goes down.

In addition, while there is plenty of talent already on the roster, some of these guys won’t be around forever, and this is important to keep in mind this coming weekend.

The front office is looking to get young, and the Eagles might not draft at a position of need in a specific round, but they might take a player who could potentially become a starter in a few years when needed the most.

Roseman can be deceptive in his decision making and it’s always hard to read what direction he’ll go in on draft night. This was evidenced by picking Reagor at No. 21 when it seemed certain the Eagles would take Justin Jefferson, Kenneth Murray, or Patrick Queen.

Some years Roseman makes decisions that don’t surprise most fans and other years he’ll be pretty active with trading picks while taking players that fly under the radar.

With all of the excitement surrounding the rest of the draft, let’s jump into a final mock draft for the Eagles following an exciting first round.